Puff Daddy's Son Justin Combs Commits To UCLA Football

The UCLA Bruins have obtained a 2012 commitment from New York cornerback Justin Combs, a two-star according to Rivals who also had offers from Virginia, Illinois, and others.

Combs looks comfortable on film. Here's a cutup of his first two appearances, though I'm concerned eight years passed between the first and the second. May have been some sort of eligibility issue. He does show great ability to gain weight and height, which will serve him well in UCLA's strength program.

Oh right, and his dad is famous:

"Most people think that he being my father, he helped get me the offers, but that's not true at all," said Combs. "I went out the whole summer, I went to all the 7on7s, all the college camps and I competed my butt off. I made the most of the opportunity. I did this myself. No one did this but me."    

And Combs said his dad was proud that he chose UCLA.

"I spoke to my parents and they just told me since I have strong love, to commit to UCLA," said Combs. "My dad is really happy for me and told me to just work hard and have faith and everything will work out for me, and it did."

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